Sophomore running back Jonathan Taylor fumbled early in Saturday’s home game against New Mexico, then pounded the Lobos for 253 rushing yards in a 45-14 runaway. The visitors scored first and Wisconsin was sluggish in front of the Camp Randall crowd. An interception by safety Scott Nelson stopped one New Mexico drive and a powerful Badger ground game controlled the rest of the action. Wisconsin claimed its first lead with 2:20 left in the first half. Quarterback Alex Hornibrook did more handing off than passing, hitting eight-of-11 for 148 yards and a touchdown. A.J. Taylor caught that scoring pass and gained 134 yards on five receptions. The Badgers host B-Y-U next Saturday.